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|“||Geez, Rick. In the time it took you to make this thing, couldn't you have just, you know, helped me with my homework?||„|
|~ Morty Smith|
Morty Smith is one of the two titular protagonists of Rick and Morty. He is Rick's good-hearted but easily distressed 14-year-old grandson that is frequently dragged into Rick's misadventures. He is often reluctant to follow Rick's plans and often ends up traumatized by the unorthodox methods Rick uses to 'fix' situations. The Morty of C-137 is referred to as the "Mortiest Morty" by Rick, due to his courage, which nearly every other Morty lacks due to their main use being makeshift cloaking devices.
He is voiced by the series' co-creator, Justin Roiland, who also voices his grandfather and their alternate reality counterparts.
Personality and Traits
Monty is Rick's good-hearted and impressionable grandson who falls victim to playing the role of his sidekick. Morty is a young high school student who has trouble fitting in, especially given the circumstances he faces at home. He likely has a disability of sorts, and has trouble keeping up with the other kids in class, but he is proven to be pretty badass outside of school at Rick's side. He also has plenty of Hidden Depths, frequently proving himself to perhaps be the only one who has any skills in making heads and tails of the madness and chaos Rick tends to generate around him. Additionally, his naiveté regarding the multi-verse and the potential dangers within it constantly puts him in harms way, a major example being an adventure in a fairy tale world where an encounter with an anthropomorphic jellybean takes a dark turn when the jellybean attempts to violently rape him.
- In the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic episode, Grannies Gone Wild, pony versions of him and Rick can be seen in a long line.